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|Institution:||University of Canterbury|
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|State and/or Country:||United Kingdom|
|Specialty:||Sociophonetics and Language variation and change|
Watson, K. (2007) Liverpool English. Journal of the International Phonetics Association, 37/3, 351-360.
Watson, K. (2006a) Lenition and segmental interaction: evidence from Liverpool English (and Spanish). Glossa, 1/1, 54-71.
Watson, K. (2006b) Phonological resistance and innovation in the North-West of England. English Today 22/2. 55-61
Undergraduate: LING151 Introduction to General Linguistics, LING203 English Sounds and Structures
Masters: Investigating Spoken English
|Dissertation Director * of:||Prefixation and Reduplication in Malay: An optimality theoretical account
(Sharifah Syed Jaafar, Author)
Review: Sociolinguistics: Beal (2006)
(LL Issue 18.3146)
|Academic Paper Abstract:||
Phonological Resistance and Innovation in the North-West of England
Thomas E. Zurinskas, Analysis of the sounds (phonemes) of USA English (Truespel Book 1). Bloomington, IN: Authorhouse, 2004. Pp. x + 135. ISBN 1-4107-6629-2 (pbk)
Testing claims of a usage-based phonology with Liverpool English t-to-r
How salient is the nurse~square merger?
Introduction: what are mergers and can they be reversed?
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